I was just checking out the Digg 3.0 screenshots at TechCrunch I noticed, under the cialis buy cheap online 'Science' category, an 'environment' sub category. Sweet! Here's hoping to see some EcoGeek articles in there.
For those of you who don't know, Digg is a really amazing site that allows folks to submit news and wow look it legal pharmacy online / or vote on whether they thing the user submitted news is newsworthy. It's great because people are deciding for themselves what news the people see.
Digg was originally meant to be a technology site, but it has outgrown itself and a lot of sws-bl.com articles aren't tech related at all. Now, with Digg 3.0, Digg gets a bit more structure.
There's already an environmental Digg clone at Hugg.com, created by the enviro-blog TreeHugger which I find very useful and interesting. I look forward to seeing how Hugg and Digg match up now that there'll be an environment category at Digg starting Monday.
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